1981 Burundian constitutional referendum

A constitutional referendum was held in Burundi on 18 November 1981. The new constitution would make the country a presidential republic with a unicameral National Assembly, as well as creating a one-party state with the Union for National Progress (UPRONA) as the sole legal party. It was supported by 99.28% of voters with a 94% turnout.[1]

1981 Burundian constitutional referendum
Results
Response Votes %
Yes 1,582,244 99.28%
No 11,539 0.72%
Valid votes 1,593,783 99.32%
Invalid or blank votes 10,939 0.68%
Total votes 1,604,722 100.00%
Registered voters/turnout 1,702,623 94.25%

ResultsEdit

Choice Votes %
For 1,582,244 99.28
Against 11,539 0.72
Invalid/blank votes 10,939
Total 1,604,722 100
Registered voters/turnout 1,702,623 94.25
Source: African Elections Database

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Elections in Burundi African Elections Database